On reflection. I think that's probably true.
I haven't stopped contributing to the conversation. I comment on Facebook regularly. It's instant and less work.
Chris Ballard's machinations were a distraction. A story waits to be told but it's entirely negative ...full of twists and turns ...and involves many more than myself.
There's no merit in advancing it at this time and it may never. Yet it occupied my thoughts long
enough to fall out of a routine that had already become erratic.
I never made a decision to stop writing.
Yet I did.
I knew it wasn't permanent.
But every day restart was deferred.
I don't know how many still tune in but you do matter.
I will be back in force ...maybe to-morrow.
On page 15 of last week's Auroran, a final paragraph on a story headlined how
capital projects will be paid, deserves particular attention. It's the end of a lengthy and tedious
report. Quite likely to be overlooked.
If I had my druthers, it would have been front page with a blaring, trumpeting headline.
Stephanie may help me with cut and copy .
Then we can examine it together and jointly determine its significance.
Councillor Mrakas has a quarterly news letter on-line. References are current to the unfinished joint facility and funds are included in this year's budget to complete the project.
We will connect the dots and see where it takes us.